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chillywilly12a
2021-06-10
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\(3x+2y+z=6\)

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Express the plane \(z=x\) in (a) cylindrical, and (b) spherical coordinates.

Tolnaio
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Find the length of a diagonal of a \(4 m \times 12 m\) rectangle.

banganX
2021-05-21
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(i) the perimeter,

(ii) the are,

of the shaded region.

Efan Halliday
2021-05-19
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The volume of a cube is increasing at the rate of \(1200\ cm\ \frac{sup}{min}\) at the instant its edges are 20 cm long. At what rate are the edges changing at that instant?

texelaare
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nicekikah
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ringearV
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chillywilly12a
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Points B and D are points of tangency. Find the value of x.

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Ernstfalld
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Bergen
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The volume of a sphere is \(5,572.45 \in^3\) To the nearest inch, what is the radius of the sphere?

Suman Cole
2021-03-07
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\(\displaystyle{V}{\left({x}\right)}={54}{x}^{{3}}+{264}{x}^{{2}}-{738}{x}+{420}\)

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